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what carb is this

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farmerjoe2

08-23-2015 12:54:49




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There are two curb kits listed for a D17. how go I know which I have?




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tractorguy2

08-26-2015 16:58:57




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to farmerjoe2, 08-23-2015 12:54:49  
I thought MS carburetors had the numbers stamped on the mounting flange just below the gasket?

I would remove it and clean all the paint off. I bet you will find some numbers.



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Brian G. NY

08-23-2015 20:53:32




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to farmerjoe2, 08-23-2015 12:54:49  
Like Old says, both zenith and Marvel/Schebler carburetors were used on the D-17s. In my experience, most used the M/S carb.

The Zenith model # is 267 J8

The Marvel/Schebler models used were TSX-464, TSX-561, TSX-773 and TSX-871.

I believe the rebuild kits for all the M/S carbs are basically the same.

Some of the model TSX-871 carbs had the choke control arm on the opposite side from the others.

The numbers off the brass tags on the carbs (if still there) MAY help in ordering parts.

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farmerjoe2

08-24-2015 17:21:45




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to Brian G. NY, 08-23-2015 20:53:32  
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Hopefully the pix will make it. it looks like a J on the tag.

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goldsburg

08-26-2015 02:21:29




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to farmerjoe2, 08-24-2015 17:21:45  
That is a Marvel Schebler carburetor. Rebuild kit will likely be same parts for all: gaskets, needle, seat, throttle flange gasket. If your throttle shaft is somewhat loose in the bore, you will want a new throttle seal seal. These do not come in your typical basic kit. You will need a complete kit to get everything. Should run around $75.00.

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Goldsburg



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farmerjoe2

08-26-2015 16:01:18




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to goldsburg, 08-26-2015 02:21:29  
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There is a tag but I can't read any numbers.



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farmerjoe2

08-26-2015 16:06:29




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to farmerjoe2, 08-26-2015 16:01:18  
Tks. Any guess which one. There are two kits Lister for a MS crab.



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old

08-23-2015 14:08:50




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 Re: what carb is this in reply to farmerjoe2, 08-23-2015 12:54:49  
There should be a brass tag on that carb and on that tag will be the numbers you need. Another way you might narrow it down is which do you have the M/S or the zenith?? From what I can see in my books that is what is different in the 2 carbs one is the M/S and the other a zenith



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